You can view the details of your source analysis results. This allows you to better identify, analyze, and solve all potential issues before you run your migration.
- After your source analysis is complete, click from the results screen.
- Click at the top right of the table.
- Select the items you wish to filter to.
Tip: If your analysis results in Warnings or Errors, you can filter to the errors or the warnings to see details on why they would occur, and access an article that will explain the issue in greater detail, and how to correct it.
Both Warnings and Errors should be corrected before running your migration by following the steps outlined in the articles you will be linked to depending on you scenario.
Path: The path of the item on the disk. Click on the path to link to the item.
Title: File or folder name without an extension.
Errors & Warnings: Notifies you of specific errors and warning. Errors appear red. Warnings appear yellow. Click on the error or warning for more information about how to resolve it.
Size: A file's size, or the size of everything under a folder including the content of subfolders. An error indicates the file's size is too large to be migrated to the target SharePoint environment.
The extension of the file. An error indicates the extension is, by default, blocked from the target SharePoint environment and steps need to be taken
in order to migrate the file successfully.
The length of the path at the destination. If you start the inventory on anything other than a drive, the number won't correspond to the length of the path shown in the Path column. An error indicates the path is too long for any SharePoint list or library, while a warning indicates that the path is approaching the limit and may overflow if the list or library has a long name or is in a subsite. For more information on 'Path too long' errors and warnings please visit the error page
# of items:
The number of items directly under a given folder, without counting items in its subfolders. A warning indicates the number of items is higher than the target SharePoint environment's list view threshold
and may cause issues once migrated.
Click in the top right corner of the table to export all data.
Exports all pages of the items to Excel or CSV.
This will allow you to see all items at once, filter them, and use Excel or custom tools to analyze the data.
Note: The export will include the data as it is shown on your screen, so keep this in mind if you have a filter applied or have sorted your data.